The Gothenburg City Council approved a long-term road program plan at its Nov. 6 meeting. During the meeting, the council heard a presentation by Gary Steele, of Miller and Associates,

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“The time I ran away was fun and full of adventure,” said my grandma Jackie Schwanz, as she sat by the crackling fireplace. Schwanz explained to me she went all

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Gothenburg Public Schools welcomed veterans and their families for a stirring Veterans Day program held last Friday. During the special event, the Gothenburg Color Guard presented the flags, while the

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Shannondoah (Schultz) Schram served in the Air Force from 2000-2006 as a computer programer and security officer. “The only way I was going to college was on a running scholarship,

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Being a farm boy and drafted into the Army in 1950, Gene Johnson wanted to be trained to drive a truck and to be sent to Germany like his older

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Twelve years in the Army National Guard, two deployments to Iraq, and multiple service tours within the United States. Robert Schwanz served his country and earned the rank as a

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Their dad had stories about the war and what it meant to him to serve his country. Ten sons grew up with a great respect for their country and demonstrated

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A farmer at the time, Harold Peterson was drafted into the Army in February 1953, at the age of 25. He was married and had to have a farm sale

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A season that is a short five weeks and the growth made from the start to the end is what has kept Lori Long involved in One Acts for the

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Editor’s note: This new weekly feature, titled ‘Friends and Neighbors,’ will serve as a weekly look at the people around us, and look at the lives of local residents or

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